DIY tutorial The Little Prince Felt Rose

By | 17 December, 2015|design, DIY, Le Petit Prince, tutorials|

Thanks to my Little Prince instagram account I've not only met a whole lot of other Little Prince fans, but a whole lot of crafty

DIY How to Make a Mendl’s Courtesan au Chocolat Recipe for Valentine’s Day

By | 8 February, 2015|films, food, Grand Budapest Hotel, tutorials|

With Valentine's Day around the corner why not make the delicious and beautiful Courtesan au Chocolat for your loved one. Better yet, make it together!

Video: DIY Mendl’s Patisserie Cake box – The Grand Budapest Hotel

By | 6 June, 2014|films, food, Grand Budapest Hotel, graphic design, tutorials, videos, YouTube|

Check out my latest video showing you my DIY Mendl's boxes in 3 sizes :) Enjoy!

Tech: Download Mac OS 10.9 Mavericks 10.8 Mountain Lion or 10.7 Lion for free

By | 28 November, 2013|Lightroom, Mac, tech, tutorials|

I wanted to install Lightroom 5 but it told me I needed at least 10.7 to install it. I have 10.6.8 (Snow Leopard) and then I

Tech: Mac OS X Leopard Dock

By | 15 May, 2009|Adobe, Apple, Firefox, Flickr, Gmail, Illustrator, iPhoto, Photoshop, software, tech, tutorials|

Reading Time: 5 minutes

I was reading the Show me your Dock series on Grace Smith’s blog and it inspired me to do my own show-and-tell Mac OS X Dock. I can use Windows. I used to know Windows backwards. Heck, I even used to know DOS backwards! But, I’ve been using Macs since forever and had my own since 1996. I loved them way before they became popular. And I love using the command key instead of the control key! Anyway, onto the dock, I love the dock! Since I have a widescreen display, I chose to have my dock running vertically to maximize the screen real estate. I ummed and erred about whether to put it on the left or right hand side for ages (it was, afterall, a life-changing decision! 😉 ) before deciding on the right because I didn’t want it interfering with the tool palettes in Photoshop and such.

DIY: Camera hot shoe PEZ dispenser

By | 20 April, 2009|DIY, fun, photography, toys, tutorials|

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Some genius over at photo.net by the name of Federico Sartorio wrote a tutorial about how to hack a PEZ dispenser to become a hot shoe gadget (a ‘hot shoe’ is the mounting part on top of certain cameras that enable you to attach an external flash). I found this over a year ago but it wasn’t till a few weeks ago that I finally went ahead and did it. It is quite hard to find PEZ in Australia, at least, interesting character ones. I got mine from a toy store but Target has an OK range. You can probably also get them at specialized candy stores.

Life: My digital photography workflow

By | 13 April, 2009|Adobe, Apple, photography, Photoshop, tutorials|

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I am a really sentimental person and I know I would be gutted if I ever lost any of my precious photos. So, I have developed (what I consider) an efficient workflow and it works for me. However, I constantly see others who don’t have any sort of workflow and then get upset when they lose photos or can’t find them on their computer, etc. When I say workflow, it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s related to work, I am also talking about personal photos. If your photos are important to you, I’d say taking simple measures and precautions would be wise.

Video: First ever screencast tutorial: iPhoto

By | 7 April, 2009|iPhoto, tutorials, videos, YouTube|

I've been wanting to do this for a while now so I finally jumped in and did it. I mean, I'm always giving advice to